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news. it is bad news on the domestic side and on the pentagon side. and it's not to be taken lightly on the domestic side. every single program that people count on is going to be cut across the board, 13%. >> that's social security. >> that's medicare. >> that's medicaid. >> that's headstart. >> that's -- it's -- it is so bad that the congressional budget office said: this sequester will take us not right away but probably by the end of the year from recovery into recession. back into recession. so this thing, here you go, you do this. the economy is going to tank. i was in the briefing room friday at the whitehouse when secretary ray lahood came in secretary of transportation, ray lahood, talking about just one other aspect of that, of the sequester that we can expect and that is in air travel. the secretary mentioned they have no flexibility in this. they have to cut so much and the only wake they can cut with so many employees they've got is to make -- is to require some of them to take a furlough. most of their employees are air traffic controllers.
drones that killed 1,000 people because pentagon officials say these people a terrorist? yes, says the american government and former u.n. ambassador john bolton says it is morally right to kill these people with drones and we are safer because of it. it does not seem morally right. take the word of some government officials that this guy is a terrorist and send a machine to kill him and to kill civilians along with him. >> well, the whole point of the war on terror from the perspective of the terrorist is to abuse the rules we have tried to create over hundreds of years to separate the combatants from innocent civilians. so the war on terror is different from traditional state to state war. the commander-in-chief authority vested by the constitution in the president gives in the direction over the were capabilities of the united states. his efforts both in the bush and obama administration to go after the terrorist, i think is entirely justified both by the constitution and by our inherent right of self-defense. john: american kill anybody anywhere? >> of course not. listen to wha
of a bill that republicans try to move forward to fbi the agencies, including the pentagon the ability to privatize. in one instance to say cut the waste, fraud and abuse they could find and not hurt the personnel. is that possible? >> it doesn't look like it. both sides are dug in. any for capital hill is for show. that is an issue that is punted to the next crisis deadline. >> which is the c.r., the continuing resolution. >> exactly. when funding if government rups out. hard and fast deadline. that is different from what we talk about now. people will notice government shutdown. they may not immediately notice the impact of the sequester. what is fascinating about the debate is the reason both sides are amped up. nobody knows what is going to happen. nobody knows if there are fewer teachers in school or fewer tsa agents and how it affects waiting in line at the airport. >> bret: it's your sense that democrats reach the point they are now pulling back the fight to go to the c.r.? to march 27 and continuing resolution? >> i think both sides are. >> bret: you agree? >> i think they made
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